• March 21WSPN wins 2021 Gold Crown Award from the CSPA
  • March 11WHS to go back to fully in-person school on Tuesday, April 27.
  • January 21Order your 2021 yearbook! Use the link https://www.yearbookordercenter.com
  • October 16Students can now purchase their parking passes for $100
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year

Wayland Student Press

WSPN's Max Brande recaps the NCAA mens basketball national title game, and what was at play for both teams.

Warrior Weekly: NCAA mens basketball national championship game recap

Max Brande April 9, 2021

The perfect season for the Gonzaga Bulldogs just wasn’t perfect enough, as they failed to complete one of the greatest feats in all of sports: go entirely undefeated in a season. Maybe the score, 31-1...

Senior Jenna Brandaleone, junior Lauren Medeiros, sophomore Renata Maza and freshmen Josee Sherman and Julia DeGrenier sprint the 55-meter dash. Medeiros came out with the fastest time for the girls 55-meter.

Winter track competes in an inter-squad meet

Alexina McQuilkin April 8, 2021

The WHS winter track team had their first inter-squad meet on March 24. Events taking place during this meet were the 55-meter hurdle, one mile, 55-meter dash, 1000, 600, 300, two-mile and 4-x-800 meter...

North Quincy breaks through Wayland's defense, while senior quarterback Luke Tacelli gets rid of the ball. His teammates ran the play up the field, but Tacelli made a rushed pass due to a break in the offensive line.

Football maintains winning streak with a victory against North Quincy

Kate Clifford, Kaitlyn Mabe, and Emily Staiti April 7, 2021

After defeating Boston Latin the week prior, the Warriors took the field to face North Quincy on Saturday, March 20. Keeping their undefeated record, the Warriors defeated North Quincy 20-0, maintaining...

Senior varsity rower Darcy Foreman rows in a single on Lake Cochituate. Foreman will be continuing her athletic and academic career rowing Division I next year at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. “I can't wait for another four years of rowing with a team that feels more like family and to be able to enjoy four more years of the excitement of competing and the beauty of being on the water,” Foreman said.

Athlete of the Month: Darcy Foreman

Sammy Johnson April 3, 2021

A middle school track runner, senior Darcy Foreman had never thought about picking up rowing. It wasn’t until her eighth-grade track coach encouraged her to give rowing a try. Foreman shrugged it off...

WSPN's Gabe Likerman discusses certain NBA team's newly trade actions and what those franchises are hoping to accomplish with those trades.

Warrior Weekly: NBA Trade Deadline Action

Gabe Likerman April 3, 2021

The NBA trade deadline is one of the most exciting parts of the season. As indicated by the name, it is the last day teams can trade players and draft picks with other teams. Every team’s goal is to...

Senior varsity basketball captain Abby Gavron dribbles the ball on her senior night before being subbed out due to her torn ACL. Her injury requires surgery and a 6-9 month recovery with no contact sports.

The gruesome effects of injuries during the COVID-19 pandemic

Emily Roberge April 1, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, seniors have lost not only a normal senior year, but the real end to their high school athletic careers. For some seniors, COVID-19 was not the only struggle they had to face this...

After winning the serve, the players jump together to celebrate Wayland's point gain.

Girls volleyball defeats Weston in home opener

Kaitlyn Mabe March 31, 2021

  As the girl's volleyball team begins their season, they defeat Weston 3-2 in an annual match-up, starting off their season with a win under their belt. After their first matchup being canceled...

Junior boys lacrosse player Ryan MacDonald looks up the field while carrying the ball. This year, Massachusetts high school athletic teams have been unable to participate in state-wide playoff tournaments, which has prompted some spring athletes to covet a large, traditional postseason competition.

WHS students react to possibility of spring playoff tournament

Michael Nechipurenko March 27, 2021

For many athletes, competing in a state playoff tournament can be the culmination of years of work and a highlight of their high school experience. Thus, one of the more unfortunate athletic consequences...

After scoring a touchdown, senior Will Carr celebrates as his teammates run up to him. During the game, Carr scored the second touchdown for the Warriors and continued to help gain yards.

Football prevails over Waltham in a season opening scrimmage

Lauren Medeiros and Kaitlyn Mabe March 26, 2021

On Saturday, March 6, the Wayland football team crushed Waltham during a pre-season scrimmage on the Warrior's home turf. The Warriors worked out in the weight room and practiced on the turf for months,...

WSPN's Garrett Spooner discusses the Cinderella teams that have the ability to make the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.

Warrior Weekly: Cinderella teams to monitor going into the Sweet Sixteen

Garrett Spooner March 26, 2021

This year’s NCAA March Madness tournament has caused more chaos than any other year. No perfect bracket stood past the second day of the tournament. The last perfect bracket, of course, was broken when...

Junior Daniel Bede fights for control of the ball after a tackle from the opposing team. Bede is one of many athletes in the class of '22 that is trying to dodge COVID-19's obstacles as he looks to get recruited.

Recruitment amid COVID-19: class of ‘22 athletes grapple with new reality

Dante Coppola March 24, 2021

For many athletes, their seasons were cut short or outright canceled last year once COVID-19 began picking up momentum. Athletes were deprived of key moments that could help them play at the collegiate...

WSPN's Dante Coppola reviews what has happened during the NFL offseason so far, naming which teams have come out on top and who has struggled to make an impression.

Warrior Weekly: Winners and losers of the NFL offseason so far

Dante Coppola March 19, 2021

The NFL offseason has gone from zero to 100 real fast following the start of the legal tampering period on Monday, March 15. While some teams have already made significant improvements, many have made...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student news site of Wayland High School
Sports